Associate Professorship in Economies of Russia, Eastern Europe and Eurasia
The Oxford School of Global and Area Studies and St Antony's College, Oxford
The Oxford School of Global and Area Studies (OSGA), in association with the
Russian and East European Studies (REES) programme and St Antony's College,
propose to appoint an Associate Professor in the Economies of Russia, Eastern
Europe, and Eurasia.
The Oxford School of Global and Area Studies (OSGA) is one of the fifteen
constituent parts of the Social Sciences Division at Oxford. It represents a
commitment by the University to enhancing teaching and research in Area
About the Role:
The post is offered on a full-time basis, available from 1 January 2023 or as
soon as possible thereafter. Appointments to Associate Professorships are
confirmed as permanent on successful completion of a review during the first
The post will be held in conjunction with a Governing Body Fellowship at St
Antony's College, and the post-holder will be a Fellow of the College's
Russian and Eurasian Studies Centre and a trustee of the College. They will
play a role in the College including advising students, serving on committees,
participating in its running as a member and trustee, and contributing to the
running and development of the Russian and Eurasian Studies Centre of St
The successful candidate will be expected to engage actively in research and
to contribute through world-class publications to the department's and
University's international reputation for research excellence. Further
responsibilities include teaching and supervising at the graduate level,
contributing to administration and examining, and acting as a College Adviser
for graduate students.
The post-holder will have a room for teaching and research in St Antony's
You will be able to demonstrate:
• A completed doctorate in economics, political economy or a closely related
field, or evidence that it will be completed by 1 January 2023;
• Research achievement at an international level appropriate to the stage of
• Engagement in research in one or more economies of the former Soviet Union;
• Skills and commitment to contribute effectively to teaching, supervision and
academic administration in the School;
• Willingness to develop large externally funded research projects;
• Evidence of training in economics to graduate level;
• The ability to teach and advise on quantitative methods to graduate students
in Area Studies;
• A commitment to Area Studies as an intellectual project.
We invite applicants with expertise in the economies of the former Soviet
Union (FSU, i.e. Baltics, Belarus, Central Asia, Moldova, Russia, Ukraine,
South Caucasus). This could include research that approaches economics from a
political, social policy, or historical perspective.
We would especially like to encourage applications from women and Black and
minority ethnic candidates, who are historically under-represented in academic
posts in Oxford.
Information about the application process, as well as the full list of
responsibilities and selection criteria can be obtained from the job
Further information on St Antony's College may be found at
https:// www. sant.ox.ac.uk.
If you would like to discuss this post and find out more about joining the
academic community at Oxford, please contact Professor Paul Chaisty, Head
of the Oxford School of Global and Area Studies (email@example.com,
telephone: +44 (0)1865 284748), quoting the vacancy ID 160545.
All enquiries will be treated in strict confidence; they will not form part of
the selection decision. Any offer made will be subject to pre-employment
The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on Monday, 10th October
Interviews are expected to be held remotely as soon as possible after the
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Salary (£) : Salary on the scale within the range £50,300 to £67,541 per
annum. St Antony's College offers a housing allowance of £2,601 per annum;
increasing in line with University cost of living awards.